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    Default Christmas dessert?

    Ladies what would be your go to dessert for Christmas? We are going to dinner at my mums on Wednesday night, this will be the first time I've seen my mother for Christmas in 5 years so I don't wanna make some big extravagant dessert but also don't want to just make cookies? IYKWIM?

    It's will only be my mum, her husband, DS, Dp and myself. So not heaps of people but enough. Mum offered to do dessert as well but she's making dinner so seemed fair to make dessert.

    So please any ideas of easy desserts?

    I'm not great at cooking. At all lol. So needs to be easy. Nothing complicated lol

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by made2bAmummy View Post
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    Thanks. Should of mentioned that's one thing my mum won't eat lol

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    Jelly slice with custard. That's what I am making because we are having Christmas in a park

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    What about a tiramisu? It's a very easy fridge desert and.can be made without alcohol if that's your preference.

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    Pavlova

    I'm making a chocolate ripple cake to take to a pre Christmas BBQ on the weekend - super easy - 1 packet of Arnott's chocolate ripple biscuits, 1 carton of cream sweetened with icing sugar and whipped. Sandwich the biscuits together with cream to form a log. Cover with the remaining cream. Leave overnight. The biscuits will soften to form a "cake". Decorate with berries. Cut on the diagonal.

    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/25207/choc+ripple+cake

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    I'm doing pav. Buy the pav. Shove cream and fruit on top. Easy and yummy.

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    Individual cheesecakes. Two flavours - lemon vanilla and berry swirl

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    I'm doing. Ice cream Christmas cake. I made it last year and it was awesome so I'm making again.

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    Baked New York cheesecake! Recipe in taste.com


 

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